Wednesday March 18th, 2015

Define Route in OpenStreeMap Website

Route Direction from a location to other location is one of main feature that we can find in most of web digital map application. We have […]
Thursday March 12th, 2015

Community MeetUp: Mapathon for Karangetang

“‘Karangetang has been coughing at night. On the top of the mountain, you can see the bright lava,’ says Wenny Dulag Kansil, Siau resident, Tuesday, March 10th 2015.” […]
Thursday February 26th, 2015

OpenStreetMap Training in Riau University

After pending for while, OpenStreetMap Training in Riau University (UNRI) finally held. This training is part of Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia project called University Roadshow and  this […]
Thursday February 26th, 2015

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Tuesday February 24th, 2015

OpenStreetMap Training in Samarinda, East Kalimantan

After  doing socialization in February 26 and February 27 2015 at STMIK SPB Airlangga, The First OpenStreetMap (OSM) Training in Borneo Island finally held. Taking place at  Amaris […]
Tuesday February 24th, 2015

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Monday February 23rd, 2015

A Story from Open Data for Nonprofits

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Wednesday February 18th, 2015

Celebrating Open Data Day: Open Data for Nonprofits

To celebrate Open Data Day, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) and Open Data Lab Jakarta (ODL) will hold an event called Open Data for Nonprofits. In this event, […]
Monday February 16th, 2015

Top Six Regions with OpenStreetMap data in Asia

It’s been 10,5 years since OpenStreetMap project was firstly founded as a local project. However, as day went by, OpenStreetMap had become an ambitious global level […]
Monday February 2nd, 2015

Field Mapping Training in Malang

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